The manufacture of homeopathic medicines respects the legislation enacted by the guidelines of good manufacturing practices. Our pharmacy orders and distributes medicines from Boiron, Rocal - Lehning and Weleda laboratories. These are regularly inspected by the competent French health authorities. The most common dilutions for sale are: 30K, 200K, MK, XMK, LMK, CMK, DMK, MMK.
In 1832, Dr. Simeon N. Korsakov developed a new process which consisted of reducing the concentration of mother tinctures by using only one vial.
The starting raw material is called homeopathic strain; it is of plant, animal or mineral origin. From this strain, it is necessary to practice the homeopathic dilutions, commonly called diluthèque. Each Korsakovian dilution is followed by a dynamization also called succussion.
Korsakovian dilutions are dilutions that take place in the same bottle. If a container is emptied, it can be considered that about 1% of the solution remains on the wall and if the container is refilled, a 1K dilution is obtained. The operation is repeated until the 30 K is obtained and then the dilution 200 K, 1000 K, 5000 K, 10 000 K, 50 000 K, 100 000 K
To develop a drug in the form of granules, it is necessary to impregnate these neutral granules sucrose with the impregnating liquid to obtain the final remedy.